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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 5 February 1879

a f iiiiii till Ittw , i ."''. . , , -1 1 - - - ' B. F. SCIIWEIEIt, THE COSSTITTITIOS THE UHIOS A5D THE EBF0B0EME3T OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXIII. MIFFLINTOAVN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA., WEDNESDAY,' FEBRUARY 5, 1879. NO. 6. TWILIGHT. Child, go and pray for see ! the niUt ia tier Through cloudy rifts the golden ligbia appear; The hilla' faint outline trembles In the mist: Scarcely ia heard a diatant cUariot list ! The world a at rest ; the tree beside the war Gives to the evening wind the dost of day. Twilight unlocks the hidir g place of stars ; The gleam aud ((low behind night's shadow bare. The f riuge of carat ne narrows in the went The moonlit water lies In ahin ng rest , Farrow and footpath melt aud disappear : The anxious traveler doubts the far and near. It is the hour when angels stop far and near. To bless our babes amid our careless mirth ; The little ones with eyes upraised in prayer, With tiny, folded bauds aud white feet bare. Ask at this, this twilight ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 5 February 1879

Tratilen' CuUt. SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN TOU'N. Wedneadafa Ibruary 5, IST9. B. F. SOHWEIEIt, CMTOR AND FSOFF.IETVK. A bill has been introduced into the State Senate, tkit provides for the abas JoHoicrt of such canals with in the limits of tho Conimjuwealtb, as the management of cunals may deem proper to abandon. It is le licvevl by many, that among the 6tr-tc-hes of orn-Js that will ba abnu d';nod, provided the bill be pissed, is the canal that runs by the Juniata river. Citizens who are opposesl to the Rbandoniuect of the Juniata branch should at once petition the Legislature to not abandon that part of the line. I'baxce lias parsed a er-sis. aluii ilacMahon favored the .lar- Napo- Icon dyncKiy too strongly. Ilis ap- poictiaents were extended to such a decree in the interest of that fami'y j that the French Congress proposed i to interfere with the appwntrutnts, wiiert. MciI:thon resigce 1 the j Presidency of the liepubLc The j Cjagress immediately elected Con- j grman AL ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 5 February 1879

fiENTINEfj & REPHBLICAN M I FFLIXTOYK : tTednesdr.j, February d, 1ST 9. TERMS. Subscription, $t.."0 per annum, if paid within 12 months; $2.00 if nut paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cents j-ot inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col iiDin, 10 cents per line lor each insertion. Deductions will be male to those desiring to advertise by the year, hall or quarter Tear. Tt ELIC SALES. Fib 11 WiiiEeld S. Snilzer mil sell at public sale, at his place of residence, 2 tniles went of Patterson, at 10 o'clock . h. on Tuesday, February II, 1B73, a large lot of personal property, consisting of horses, cattle, wagon, buggy, sled, sleigh, and a general variety of farming implements; alio a lot of household and kitchen furniture. Fra. II. David G. Shellenberger, Ex ecutor of C. Shellenberger, deceased, will offer at public sale, at the late retideuce of aaid decedent, one-Lalf mile west of Kieh Ceid, at 9 o'clock a. H , on Tuesday, Feb rua...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 5 February 1879

AcnrctTLTdBz. Fekxs in tbb Horse. Ferns will grow in a furnace-heated parlor an well u in i green-house. The aspidium molle, adiantum cuneatum, pterU haa Uta, Japanese climbing fern and lygo dium scandons all require to be kept comfortably warm, not too wet, and ael dom sprinkled just often enough to keep tuera clean. W etting the foliage often causes it to turn black. To culti vate ferns In pots, break the hole In the pot much larger than themaker leaves it, then use some rich soil and old manure, J ust what should be u&ed for cucu mbers ; no peat, no sand. Then put in the fern and gently fill the pot with good garden soil, intermixed with a few small bits of soft brick as large as peas. The pot should be placed on soil, perhaps parti ally plunged perhaps surrounded with lyco podium, In any case the soil is al ways kept quite wet, in fact muddy, and the terns will grow as you never sawerns grow before. The whole secret is In koeping them wet and warm, par tially plunged and tho...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 12 February 1879

s iiiii f ?lt j(V 3 pii Jf ISIl lit illL B. F. SCIIWEIEIl, THE COKSTITUTIOir-THE UJTIOU" A1TD THE EirrOKOEMEHT OF THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUXIATA COUNTY. PEXXA.. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY" 12. 1879. NO. 7. .1 I UXDZR THK SNOW. Softly the snow spreads iU mantle of ahite, Od the fresh gnn of my darling to-tii ;l.t ; NoiseleaslT driven and horning fast. Speed the white drifts on the wiuga of the blast ColJs fall ita tread on my grief-s-tncLeu breast. Where the dear head wax oft pillowed at rent O'er the lone couch. U je winter winda blow Sofdy my darling lies under the snow ! Taiuly I seek tby wise purpose to trace Lord, in thy merry. U grant me tby grace! Blinded through teara I can see but ths roaj. Dreary and dark, to my darliug'a abode. O for one smile, for one tender cares ! O for tby presence my spirit to bless ! Ah ! what delight can this heart erf r know, When it liea boric d deep under the slow. Courage, sad bean, nor indulge thy wild pain. Spring-...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 12 February 1879

TrenTl' Guidt. 4ESTKEL & REPUBLICAII M1FFLIXTOWN. Wcdnwdar, Tebruarf 13. 119 B. F. SCHWEIER, EtifTOI AND PBOPBIETOB. SeCRTAP.T the front as Shersjax U coming- to a rrominfut candidate for the Frealeucy ia 1SS0. Hi lie publicanisra is beyond qtv.-stion, and Le is sound on the financial question. The Legislature of tlie Man J nf Jamaica is about to reinstate punish ment by the eat-o-nine-taiL for every ecrious offense, lui'luuing libeL EjC-GovekN' ir Haktsaxit his been apjJoiatcJ post-master of I'hilaJel titiia, TLe old pobt-inaster, Snow- ilea, is put into the mint, and Pol look, m ho was in tLe unlit, is put as Naval OfUcer at Philadelphia, and lli;blan 1, who was Naval OthVer, is out of office. The Congressional Mississippi Levee BUI appropriates SJ,871.0lJ for strengthening- the banks of the 3Iissi-sivpi river. If we hid more Harry Vi'ciies in Conrths frcci this State, in aa pronaiiiuiv tnia lajui inonwealth would bo able to get an xvaiional annrowiation for black water naviga...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 12 February 1879

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLLXTOWN : 'vVednesday, February 12, 1S?9 TERMS. Subscription, $1.60 per annum, if paid within 12 mouths ; $2.1KJ if not pud within IS months. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 ents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col tir.a, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be male to those desiring t j advertise by the year, half or quarter Voir. rrBLic SALES. Fita. 20. James S. Trego will cfler at public sale, at his place of residence on the II. H. Brubaker farm, one-half north of Oak land Mills at 10 o'clock a. M., on Thursday, February 20, 1870, Three horses, one colt, 4 milch con, 10 head young cattle, 1 Al derney bull, 5 sbotes, lot of chichens and turkeys, farming utensils and household goods; also, fifteen acres of wheat In the ground. Feb. 20. J. Frahkhouse will offer at public sale, at his place of residence, one-half-mile below Johnstown, at 10 o'clock a.. M-, on Thursday, February 20th, 1879, Three ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 12 February 1879

FARM AND GARDEN. Bonks. Finely ground bone costs from (35 to $10 a ton; bo ties coarsely ground or broken would generally be worth about half a much; but their value would depend to some extent on local circu Distance. What you can af ford to pay mut depend tn a nioa.ure upon what you can get in your markets lor the produce that you can beat raise with the aid of such manure. To make It more soluble with acid, weigh out about sixty pounds of oil of vitriol for every 100 p-mmUof bone that you have; put into a large and tight cask a quan tity of water about e4u.1l in bulk to thai of the acid to be used, and then add the acid to the water in a slow rlreain with constant stirring with a wooden paddle; Anally stir in the bone, and let the mix ture stand three or four days; if at the end of that time it is not converted to a nearly dry and crumbly mass, mix some plaster with it for a dryer. It mu't be carefully remembered that the acid is very corrosive, and mu--t be handleJ with the grea...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 19 February 1879

iiifeti 'Pall Pi) Ii. F. SCIIWEIER, THE COHSTITUTIOH THE UHIOH AID THE ESTOKOEMEKT OF THE LA73. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1879. NO. 8. lull' wwyJi.- www J THS LOST. LOST BATS. Ay. happy are the nodding floware That tasaeled hang from yonder tree ; Their lives all beauty, wear their pold In atinuaer crowns of parity. Bat man, O man, what costly tear Bedew thy cradle, a thy grave. What griefs enaeam thy course of yeara And break the rest we vainly crmre; I fain would be the nodding flower Which one bright summer morn arrays. Than in a wintry noon of life Sit down to count the lost, lost days! Pause, listen to that singing bird. Be trills not for a Tague applause ; Be but obeys his Master. God, And sings in cadence with His laws, I hate the bitter lies of art. Melodious fraud that fills our ears ; The servile school where men are taught To mould in song pretended tears, 1 fain would be the bird who sings With fearle...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 19 February 1879

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN 3IIFFUXT0WN. Wfdnwday, rebmarr 19. I19 Ii. F. SCIIW'KIER, FMro ash ranptirroB. As effort in being mode at Wash ington to transfer tke Indian Lareaa to tbe War Department. Hox. Joseph Casey, who at one time in his life practiced law in the courts of this connty, died at Wash ington a few days ago, aged Co years. Johx HorK, a man well known, it is s:iid, to the detective furcs of the cities, was arrested in Philadelphia last wwk, as one of the parties who robbed the New York Manhattan Sa vings Bank. If the Potter Committee have not found the men who bought the Pres idency, they have found men vho offered t buy it They hay anc-h in n as Marble, of the New York H'or4 and Pelton, Mr. Tildens nephew. The men taentioned were anxious to buy, for Mr. Tilden. Is Zuluiand tbe British troops in battle with the Zulus were defeated. The defeat has cr e-i tod a great sensa tion in EnglauX TL English lost thirty officers and five hundred men of the Imperial ttoops and seve...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 19 February 1879

wim SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday, February 19, 1ST9 TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum, if paid Within 12 months ; $2.00 If not paid within IS month. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 tents per inch for each insertion. Transient basiaess noticed in local eel urrm, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Dedneflnns will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter vcar. PUBLIC SALES. Feb. 2 . James S. Trego will offer at public sale, at his place ot" residence on thi ll. 11. Brubaker farm, one-half north of Oak land Mills, at 10 o'clock a. on Thursday, Vebruary i 1879, Tfcree norses, one colt, 4 milch cows, 10ead young cattle, I Al deinejr bull, o jotes, lot of cekbeas and turkeys, farming trols and household poods; also, fifeceo c.re of heat In the p round. Feb. 0. -i. Fratik'fcoase will fler at public sale, at Ms pi.ice of residence, ene-fialf-niie below Jotmstowa, at TO o'clock A. on Thursday, Februx-y 2rtih, 1879, Three work horse...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 19 February 1879

An Artful Widow. It is universally conceded that wid ows and especially young widows are the most artful creatures in the World. They seem to know all man's weaknesses, and to play upon them re morselessly. Some ladies a few days since were discussing a little incident that recently occurred, in which this peculiarity was conspicuously display ed. A wealthy young widow had won the affections of a certain youth, and there was every indication of a speedy marriage, when the old gentleman the young man's father unexpectedly in terposed a decided negative, lie was a staid old deacon and himself a widow er. His objections in themselves were trivial. lie had disliked the wid w's father, and the feud of a long time ago be sought to revive for the benefit of the descendants, who, perhaps had nev er heard of it. Still, the old gentleman was implacable, and there was nothing left but to yield an apparent acquies cence in his commands. But he reck oned withont his host when he thought to circu...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 February 1879

:- k -ax a. B. F. SCIIWEIEIt, THE OOSSTrnmOI THE UlflOS A5D THE ESFOECEYE3T OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXIII. MIFFLINTO WN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1S79. NO. 9. I mi Jt. si 1 TEE OLD HOXS. I h e gone I cannot always go, you know ; BomI 'tia so Home, across the distant ridgea of the yean, With my tears ; And the old house, standing still on the old ground. There I found. In the parlor, in my fancy, I conld trace Father's face ; And my mother, with her old, accustomed air, Sitting there , While beside them brothers, sinters, true and good. Silent stood. Thro' the stillness swam the song of summer bird And there stirred On the wall of the leaf-flecked sunshine ; and the glow Faded slow. But from all the loving hps I watched srouud, Not a sound. Then I went upstairs, slow entering 'mid their glooms. All the rooms ; And I trod with softened step along the floors Opened doors ; Bat I never heard a voice or met a soul In the whole. Of the breaths that...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 February 1879

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN 10 VVN. Wednesday, February 26, 1ST9 U. F. SOU WE IE 11, EDITOR AMD riOPRIETOft. Four Millions. On the 17th day of July, 1877, riot, ao insurrection, or violent and war lite outbreak of men, or whatever else it ma please people to call it, began at Murtiiicl'urg, West Virginia, aud rsp-tdlv- bpread itself until on the 24th of the same mooib it bad disturbed tie pei.ee and good order of tbe people of fourteen States. While its goveroiucot was iut as complete as tbe government of tbe Davis Rebellion in 1SC1, its attraction greatly exceeded tbat of Confederate management, aiid it gah ered actureuts an tucdred-fuld more rapidly. Tbe authority at Martinsburg, where the outl'reait rst manifested itself, was unable to make even a show of resist ance to the strikers, rioters, or insnr rcctiruits, and tbe Uoveruor of tbe State was called on fur help. He promptly responded, and at tbe head of sucb military as tbe Couimonwealtb had, be marched to the focal poi...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 February 1879

Sentinel & republican MIFFLIXTOWN: Wcigesdaj, February id, 1STO TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum, If paid within 12 months ; $2.0U if not pud within I! mouths. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion.' Ded notions will be male to those desiring bo advertise tj the year, half or quarter tear. rrLic SALES. Feb. 27. Wilson Robinson tV!U offer at public sale", at his place of residence in Fermanagh t wnsliip, about three-fourths of a, lai'a ca t of Mifilintown, at 10 o'clock A. H., on Thursdsy, February 27th, 1879, Three horses, three cows, three durham bulls, three heifers, 3 one-year-old calves, S breeding sows, 10 shotes, and farming utensils. Feb. 2S Henry A. Auker and tlannah beintzclman will offer at public sa'o, at tte residence of the former, lu Delaware town ship, about two lutles northeast of Thflmp sontown, at 19 o:clocK a. ., on Friey, February 'IS, lt...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 February 1879

7 AGRICULTURE. How to Gbow Bboom Cork. Broom corn should be planted in the spring, about the same time as Indian Corn, on (food ground that has been thoroughly pulverized with the harrow. Mark out your rows three and one-half or four feet apart. Sprinkle the seed as evenly as you can by the hand ; or what is bet ter, one a common garden drill. This will sow it just thick enough. Cover bypassing over a light one-horse harrow going twice to the row If the ground is hard or cloddy. Alter it is up about two inches barrow with a two-horse harrow, going twice to the row. Don't be afraid of tearing it up, as the great fault with most people is In planting too thick. This kills the weeds and gives the corn a start. After this it re quires the same cultivation as other corn. When it begins to shoot out in head, go over and bend down all that is fairly out, to keep from getting crook ed. This operation will have to be per formed several times. When the seed is nearly rioe beein to cut. First ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 5 March 1879

n iiiii Sit B. F. SCIIWEIER, THE C05STITTITI05 TEE TJITION A5D THE EUIOEOEMEIT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXIII. MIFFLIN1WN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1879. NO. 10. WPllI in lr Will LTTTLE BROWN HA.KDS. They drive home the eon from the pasture, I'p through the lone shady lane. Where the quail whistles loud in the wheat fields. That are yellow with ripening grain, They find in the thick waving grease Where the thick-lipped strawberry grows ; They gather the earliest snowdrops And the first crimson bods of the rose. They toes the new hay in the meadow ; They gather the elder-bloom white ; Tuey find where the dusky grapes purple. In the soft tinted October light. They know where the apples hang ripest, A ad are sweeter than Italy's wines ; They know where the fruit hangs the thickest On the long, thorny blackberry vine. They gather the delicate sea-weeds, And build tiny castles of sand ; They pick np the beautiful sea-shells Fairy barks that hare drifte...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 5 March 1879

. .a--, aw TiVaa7i"T--M' awi. . --r:i ' :r- teVlJM: n SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFL1NTOWN. Wednesday, .March 5, 1S19. F. SCHWEIEll, rniTuc axd raopiKTo. These are 550 building associations in Philadelphia. Stbisgent laws in Connecticut and New Hampshire have broken up the trait p business. - Henry E- Wai lack, editor of the Les-il Intelligencer, died at Ins huuie in Philadelphia, February 21; 1879, aged 5G J ears. . ' WlLUAMSPORT, within a few days, has been scattering petition! trout. J for signers, that tbe Middle Peniten tiary be not located at Huntingdon. "iYillianisport want it. The Americas Cub cf Resulinp:, this State, hes unanimous' y endorsed Tiidr--. ja I lindrk-ks for Preti.lent erA Vice- President for IsSO. Cypher dispati-bes and the Nephew. Thki'.e is a great ado over the way Chinas pack tLemselves into rooms, in SL.ii 1'runciseo. and in other towns on the Pacific Jj'.i-pe, but there is lit tle said alutit how oitr own people park thornselvts into rooms in cities nlon...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 5 March 1879

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN M I FFLIX 1 0 VT N : Wednesday. SlartU &, IStB. TEUMS. . Subscription. Si. .Vi r-er annum, If (sid itb- 12 months; $2.U0 It nut paid within 12 months. 7ratiaie.it advertisements inserted at 30 eiut per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in locsl c-al-Bmn, 1C cents p.r !ine tor each insertion. Dediictiot.s u ill be male to tlr seuesirir.- to advertise oy the yt ar, hall or quarter Tear. ITBHC SALES. March 6. Christian Kurti wiil sell at public cale, at his place of residence, 2 wile northeast of Tbnmpsontown, at niuo Xi'clock a M.. on Thursday. March 6, l!79, Three horses, one colt, nix cs. 1 heif'vr, 1 bull, 6 calves, chi-k :is, farming iinpie mems, and household furniture. Jliun 12. S. Wert Henderson will of fer at public s-se, bis place, of residence In Feimanagh township. S mile northeast of .Mittti-itown, at 10 u-clml a. n.. on Wed nesday, MaL VI, 1S79, Tfcrce Lead of torses, 8 head ol cows aud younj cattle, 1 line joniig buMs, 8 sh...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 5 March 1879

- Doat's tor Yofcng Msau ' Don't expect to earn your living with out labor of hand or held. ' Ton must eat your own bread or somebody else's. Don't think it degrading to work. Only the fool thinks so. Don't think youean lounsrs jour time away and be of any service to the world you live in. Only the working man improves the world be lives In. Idle ness is the condition of the savage who is born, lives, dies and leaves the world just as he found It. Don't think polished boots, a clean collar and a cigar constitute the man. It takes more than that. Don't start In life without an aim. Foint at something and go straight for it. If you live an aimless life you will never amount to anything and will waste whatever of talent and energy you possess. Don't try to study that for which you have no real inclination. Forced doc tors, lawyers, ministers forced any thing are generally failures. Don't expect to climb to the top of the ladder by one effort. Enduring success is genera'Iy won by slow a...

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